How to filter duplicate entries

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Mekala balaji
Mekala balaji 2018년 8월 8일
댓글: Mekala balaji 2018년 8월 9일
Hi,
I have below entries (cell array matrix),
FirstEntry SecondEntry Index Score
A B 5 25
C D 62 8
C K 31 2
B A 6 25
K C 9 2
The entry A & B (in row 1)is same as B & A(in row 4) (without consider its first entry or second entry), I only want to keep one entry for this kind of entries. Likewise, row 3 (c & K) is same as row 5 (K & C)
My desired output:
FirstEntry SecondEntry Index Score
A B 5 25
C D 62 8
C K 31 2
Kindly some one help, many thanks in advance,

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Adam Danz
Adam Danz 2018년 8월 8일
편집: Adam Danz 2018년 8월 8일
Your original cell array is named 't'.
t = {
'A' 'B' 5 25
'C' 'D' 62 8
'C' 'K' 31 2
'B' 'A' 6 25
'K' 'C' 9 2};
'unqIdx' is an index of row numbers of 't' that are unique.
'desired' is your unique array without duplicates.
[~, unqIdx] = unique(cellfun(@strcat, sort(t(:,[1,2])')'), 'rows');
desired = t(unqIdx, :);
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Adam Danz
Adam Danz 2018년 8월 9일
I see. Here's the updated code that works with the old and new dataset. I could no longer do it in 1 line of code. The new version uses 2 lines and the use of cellfun() is no longer necessary. I also added the 'stable' parameter to unique() so that your final unique array is in the same order as your input array.
tSort = sort(t(:,[1,2])')';
[~, unqIdx] = unique(strcat(tSort(:,1), tSort(:,2)), 'rows', 'stable')
t(unqIdx, :)
Mekala balaji
Mekala balaji 2018년 8월 9일
Thanks Sir,
It works.

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